Japanese Ships

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Japanese Invasions Of Korea (1592–1598) - First Invasion (1592–1593) - Naval Battles of Admiral Yi - Battle of Okpo
... The augmented flotilla of 91 ships then began circumnavigating the Geoje Island, bound for the Gadeok Island, but scouting vessels detected 50 Japanese vessels at the Okpo harbor ... Upon sighting the approaching Korean fleet, some of the Japanese who had been busying themselves with plundering got back to their ships, and began to flee ... At this, the Korean fleet encircled the Japanese ships and finished them with artillery bombardments ...
Battle Of Noryang - The Battle
... On 15 December, a huge Japanese fleet was amassed in Sach'on bay, on the east end of the Noryang Strait ... The Joseon fleet consisted of 82 panokseon multi-decked oared ships ... by both oars and sails, 57 lighter war ships driven by oars alone (most likely transports converted for battle use), and two panokseon given to Chen Lin by Admiral Yi ...
Battle Of Danghangpo - Luring Tactic
... Like at Dangpo, the Japanese were harassing the Korean city, pillaging and burning buildings ... a few patrol boats into the bay to test out the Japanese defenses ... Four of the large Japanese ships immediately moved into line formation in front of the flagship to come to its defense ...
HMS Statesman (P246) - Career - The Sinking of The Haguro
... On 9 May 1945 the Japanese heavy cruiser Haguro and the Japanese destroyer Kamikaze left Singapore for a transport run to the Andaman Islands ... To intercept the Japanese ships, a task force made up of two battleships, one heavy cruiser, two light cruisers, four escort carriers and eight destroyers left Trincomalee ... On 16 May 1945 On the 14th the Japanese ships again departed Singapore for the Andaman Islands ...
Battle Of Hansan Island - The Battle - First Phase - Crane Wing Formation
... In the two previous campaigns, the Koreans had either met the Japanese ships in a straight battle line or, if space was limited, with a circular or rolling method of ... Although these tactics were effective, considerable numbers of Japanese had escaped and swum ashore ... wing formation was designed to not just sink ships, but to annihilate the enemy without losing a lot of men ...

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    The northern sky rose high and black
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